Challenges (old)

Please review our minimum eligibility criteria here

v1_28.10.2021_LaunchChallengeApplication

Low carbon construction materials for buildings and low emission equipment on construction sites.

Fuels and infrastructure to replace diesel and CNG in medium to heavy-duty city fleets.

Solutions to convert waste heat and steam, biomass heating or solar thermal for wellness facilities.

Efficiency and energy management solutions for Translink assets, including bus depots, seabus terminals and rapid transit stations.

Solutions to convert biological sludge into fossil fuel substitution for petrochemical industry.

Innovative, functional and scalable solutions that will help eliminate the disposal of waste (solid and organic) to landfill and incinerator.

Recyclable or compostable alternatives for single use plastic and Styrofoam trays used for retail product packaging.

Renewable energy generation technologies that can be installed within a single mid-high-rise building.

Cutting edge, holistic solutions for clean air for non-medical convalescence facility.

Home charging management and optimisation solutions suitable for remote and rural communities.

Low cost, high impact charging infrastructure solutions for medium to heavy-duty city fleets.

Solutions to convert biosolids (sewage wastewater residuals) to agricultural fertilizer and/or other beneficial end-product.

Energy optimization and scheduling solutions to reduce GHG emissions in transportation fleet management and charging infrastructure.

SPA Aqua Prima is seeking innovative nutrient recycling and bioremediation solutions.

Green rainwater infrastructure to retain and treat urban run-off.

Community-scale energy storage solutions that will accelerate the deployment of in-building renewable energy.

Event manager Celebrate Niagara is seeking event supplies – including lanyards, name tags – sourced from sustainable materials.

Solutions to minimise non-propulsion energy usage of passenger ferries.

LCBA_Benner_VEC

In Vancouver, buildings are the largest source of carbon pollution with nearly 55% of community greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions coming from […]

In Vancouver, buildings are the largest source of carbon pollution with nearly 55% of community greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions coming from burning natural gas for space heating and hot water.

In Vancouver, buildings are the largest source of carbon pollution with nearly 55% of community greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions coming from burning natural gas for space heating and hot water.